reboiler


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reboiler

[rē′bȯil·ər]
(chemical engineering)
An auxiliary heating unit for a fractionating tower designed to supply additional heat to the lower portion of the tower; liquid withdrawn from the side or bottom of the tower is reheated by heat exchange, then reintroduced into the tower.
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MDEA Esterquats has a low heat of reaction with the carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulphide and which allows lower reboiler duties due to the lower operating costs.
Stainless steel was widely used in modern chemical and processing industry including Boiler, condenser, reboiler, pipeline, machining and electronic products, but the corrosion phenomenon was occurred in the use of the stainless steel.
The proposed arrangement, six collectors in series and 13 in parallel with a single collection area of 10 [m.sup.2], can provide 82% of the energy required by the exchanger (B3) and the reboiler of the column (B6), which represents the 69.45% of the energy needed for the entire process annually.
Samples of tubes investigated in this work are extracted from Stabilizer Reboiler furnace belongs to Reformer unit at Daura Refinery; this unit is in operation since 1981 and still running.
It represents a pilot-scale distillation column consisting of an eight-tray plus reboiler separating methanol and water introduced by [24]
(iii) A reboiler for maintaining the required heat energy for the distillation process
This simulation identifies the reboiler heat duty to be the bottleneck for this stabilizer skid.
Prediction Of Temperature Profiles Using Artificial Neural Networks In A Vertical Thermosiphon Reboiler, Applied Thermal Engineering, 28: 1572-1579.